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Afternoon Shots: December 18

No more Chobani at Whole Foods, protesters outside Beyoncé's concert, and more craziness tonight.

No more of this stuff at Whole Foods. Photograph by Flickr user Provisions.

Slow clap for the Senate on passing that budget deal to avert another government shutdown. [National Journal]

DC mayoral candidate Jack Evans wants to spend $25 million on film incentives. [Capital Comment]

Whole Foods is getting rid of Chobani Greek yogurt. [Well + Being]

Qatar is spending like crazy in DC, including $650 million on CityCenter. [Post]

Attention, Posties: You’ve been hacked. [Post]

You can see the baby panda on January 18. [Capital Comment]

Roberto Donna’s new restaurant is all about the millennials. When will it end? [Young & Hungry]

If you’re going to see Beyoncé at the Verizon Center, look out for the protesters. Yes, really. [Politico]

“The amazing true story of the worst person at BuzzFeed.” [Salon]

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Benjamin Freed joined Washingtonian in August 2013 and covers politics, business, and media. He was previously the editor of DCist and has also written for Washington City Paper, the New York Times, the New Republic, Slate, and BuzzFeed. He lives in Adams Morgan.

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